Nataliya D. answered • 11/11/13

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*"... would the domain end up being (-∞, -3) U (-3, 1/2) U (1/2, 3) U (3, ∞)?"*

**Yes, it would!!**If you have variable in denominator, we

*indicate the domain of a giving expression, or equation, or function!!!*

**must**So, the first step will be to find the domain of f(x) and g(x),

x

^{2}- 9 ≠ 0 ----> x ≠ ± 3.

Thus, both functions are defined for

x ∈ ( - ∞, - 3) U (- 3, 3) U (3, ∞)

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After you finish division, you will insert another critical point x = 1/2 into domain of original functions.

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